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SubjectRe: [PATCH 00/10] IOASID extensions for guest SVA
Hi Jacob,

On Wed, Mar 25, 2020 at 10:55:21AM -0700, Jacob Pan wrote:
> IOASID was introduced in v5.5 as a generic kernel allocator service for
> both PCIe Process Address Space ID (PASID) and ARM SMMU's Sub Stream
> ID. In addition to basic ID allocation, ioasid_set was introduced as a
> token that is shared by a group of IOASIDs. This set token can be used
> for permission checking but lack of some features needed by guest Shared
> Virtual Address (SVA). In addition, IOASID support for life cycle
> management is needed among multiple users.
>
> This patchset introduces two extensions to the IOASID code,
> 1. IOASID set operations
> 2. Notifications for IOASID state synchronization

My main concern with this series is patch 7 changing the spinlock to a
mutex, which prevents SVA from calling ioasid_free() from the RCU callback
of MMU notifiers. Could we use atomic notifiers, or do the FREE
notification another way?

Most of my other comments are just confusion on my part, I think, as I
haven't yet properly looked through the VFIO and VT-d changes. I'd rather
avoid the change to ioasid_find() if possible, because it adds a seemingly
unnecessary indirection to the fast path, but it's probably insignificant.

Thanks,
Jean

>
> Part #1:
> IOASIDs used by each VM fits naturally into an ioasid_set. The usage
> for per set management requires the following features:
>
> - Quota enforcement - This is to prevent one VM from abusing the
> allocator to take all the system IOASIDs. Though VFIO layer can also
> enforce the quota, but it cannot cover the usage with both guest and
> host SVA on the same system.
>
> - Stores guest IOASID-Host IOASID mapping within the set. To
> support live migration, IOASID namespace should be owned by the
> guest. This requires per IOASID set look up between guest and host
> IOASIDs. This patchset does not introduce non-identity guest-host
> IOASID lookup, we merely introduce the infrastructure in per set data.
>
> - Set level operations, e.g. when a guest terminates, it is likely to
> free the entire set. Having a single place to manage the set where the
> IOASIDs are stored makes iteration much easier.
>
>
> New APIs are:
> - void ioasid_install_capacity(ioasid_t total);
> Set the system capacity prior to any allocations. On x86, VT-d driver
> calls this function to set max number of PASIDs, typically 1 million
> (20 bits).
>
> - int ioasid_alloc_system_set(int quota);
> Host system has a default ioasid_set, during boot it is expected that
> this default set is allocated with a reasonable quota, e.g. PID_MAX.
> This default/system set is used for baremetal SVA.
>
> - int ioasid_alloc_set(struct ioasid_set *token, ioasid_t quota, int
> *sid);
> Allocate a new set with a token, returned sid (set ID) will be used
> to allocate IOASIDs within the set. Allocation of IOASIDs cannot
> exceed the quota.
>
> - void ioasid_free_set(int sid, bool destroy_set);
> Free the entire set and notify all users with an option to destroy
> the set. Set ID can be used for allocation again if not destroyed.
>
> - int ioasid_find_sid(ioasid_t ioasid);
> Look up the set ID from an ioasid. There is no reference held,
> assuming set has a single owner.
>
> - int ioasid_adjust_set(int sid, int quota);
> Change the quota of the set, new quota cannot be less than the number
> of IOASIDs already allocated within the set. This is useful when
> IOASID resource needs to be balanced among VMs.
>
> Part #2
> Notification service. Since IOASIDs are used by many consumers that
> follow publisher-subscriber pattern, notification is a natural choice
> to keep states synchronized. For example, on x86 system, guest PASID
> allocation and bind call results in VFIO IOCTL that can add and change
> guest-host PASID states. At the same time, IOMMU driver and KVM need to
> maintain its own PASID contexts. In this case, VFIO is the publisher
> within the kernel, IOMMU driver and KVM are the subscribers.
>
> This patchset introduces a global blocking notifier chain and APIs to
> operate on. Not all events nor all IOASIDs are of interests to all
> subscribers. e.g. KVM is only interested in the IOASIDs within its set.
> IOMMU driver is not ioasid_set aware. A further optimization could be
> having both global and per set notifier. But consider the infrequent
> nature of bind/unbind and relatively long process life cycle, this
> optimization may not be needed at this time.
>
> To register/unregister notification blocks, use these two APIs:
> - int ioasid_add_notifier(struct notifier_block *nb);
> - void ioasid_remove_notifier(struct notifier_block *nb)
>
> To send notification on an IOASID with one of the commands (FREE,
> BIND/UNBIND, etc.), use:
> - int ioasid_notify(ioasid_t id, enum ioasid_notify_val cmd);
>
> This work is a result of collaboration with many people:
> Liu, Yi L <yi.l.liu@intel.com>
> Wu Hao <hao.wu@intel.com>
> Ashok Raj <ashok.raj@intel.com>
> Kevin Tian <kevin.tian@intel.com>
>
> Thanks,
>
> Jacob
>
> Jacob Pan (10):
> iommu/ioasid: Introduce system-wide capacity
> iommu/vt-d: Set IOASID capacity when SVM is enabled
> iommu/ioasid: Introduce per set allocation APIs
> iommu/ioasid: Rename ioasid_set_data to avoid confusion with
> ioasid_set
> iommu/ioasid: Create an IOASID set for host SVA use
> iommu/ioasid: Convert to set aware allocations
> iommu/ioasid: Use mutex instead of spinlock
> iommu/ioasid: Introduce notifier APIs
> iommu/ioasid: Support ioasid_set quota adjustment
> iommu/vt-d: Register PASID notifier for status change
>
> drivers/iommu/intel-iommu.c | 20 ++-
> drivers/iommu/intel-svm.c | 89 ++++++++--
> drivers/iommu/ioasid.c | 387 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++-----
> include/linux/intel-iommu.h | 1 +
> include/linux/ioasid.h | 86 +++++++++-
> 5 files changed, 522 insertions(+), 61 deletions(-)
>
> --
> 2.7.4
>

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